Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘french’


Beaujolais Nouveau Karaoke

Beaujolais Nouveau Karaoke
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Cette semaine, nous sommes tous français. This week, we are all French. We must forget/Yes, we can forget/All that’s flown beyond/Let’s forget the time/The misunderstandings/And the wasted time. (“Ne Me Quitte Pas,” Jacques Brel) To emphasize this bond with our brethren across the Atlantic and simply to have a good time, Alliance Française de Pasadena […]

Café Beaujolais

Café Beaujolais

A traditional French bistro with Eagle Rock flair—the slogan is “Everything French, even the attitude.” Except the only attitude we’ve seen from the black-T-shirted French waiters is an informal, witty warmth. They deliver green salads topped with goat cheese croutons, crocks of onion soup, escargots, steak frites with some of the best frites in the […]

Nicole’s Gourmet Foods

Nicole’s Gourmet Foods

Our little corner of Paris by the Gold Line, Nicole’s is a regular pit stop for lovers of all foods French, from cheeses and pâtés to truffles and wines. Nicole Grandjean and her lovely staff make delicious baguette sandwiches, salads and quiches, which you can eat on the flower-lined sidewalk patio or in the store. […]

Julienne

Julienne

Nothing could be finer than lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming café and gourmet-to-go store. The chopped salad with grilled chicken, roasted vegetables and pesto, the lamb sandwich with caramelized onions on rosemary bread, the brownies . . . we get hungry just thinking about it. Breakfast is swell, too: dreamy […]

Maison Akira

Maison Akira

This quiet, opulent place, decorated like the home of a well-bred Upper East Side matron, doesn’t have the flash and buzz of L.A.’s foodie hot spots, but you’ll eat as well here as you will anywhere. Chef Akira Hirose knows his way around a kitchen, having trained with Joel Robuchon and cooked for such places […]

Café Bizou

Café Bizou

Upscale style at a moderate price keeps this Old Town place packed. Many non-seafood entrees are less than $18, and salad or soup (try the carrot-rosemary) is just $1 with any entrée. We always get the monkfish on saffron-shrimp risotto with a lobster sauce, but the roast chicken with fries, the seafood with black tagliolini, […]

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